What do the words Marble Mountain, Newfoundland and tree top adventure have in common? They are all synonymous with fun, excitement and great outdoor lifestyle! Newfoundland may be just a rock in the Atlantic but it is the backdrop for some great and exciting year round tourist attractions. Part of the Long Range Mountains, Marble Mountain in Newfoundland is a well-known winter tourist attraction for downhill skiers with its annual 16 feet of snow and moderate temperatures. As well, Marble Mountain is a year round tourist attraction for a tree top adventure that will give thrills and excitement for outdoor enthusiasts.
Marble Mountain is located in the small town of Steady Brook, Newfoundland. About a ten minute drive from Corner Brook on the west coast of Newfoundland, the town of Steady Brook and Marble Mountain offer an outdoor lifestyle fit for any outdoor enthusiast. What can appeal to an outdoor enthusiast living in or visiting the area? In no particular order, consider for a moment the weather, the spectacular scenery around every corner and the beauty of the area, the diverse recreational opportunities, the summer arts scene, lots of good food and very friendly people.
Marble Mountain, Newfoundland is a launching pad for a thrilling four season tree top adventure. This tree top adventure, more known as ziplining, has become a popular ecotourism activity for those who enjoy adrenaline rushing outdoor activities. For the great sensation of flying, try the tree top adventure of zip lining on the east side of Marble Mountain where you will be about 285 feet high above Steady Brook Falls. Throughout this adventure you will switch between nine different zip lines and gravity will carry you about 2000 ft. to the bottom. The stunning beauty of the area in front of you will add awe and wonder to your fun. For more adventure, fun, beauty and challenge, don’t leave Marble Mountain until you try another tree top adventure, the obstacle course called the Spider Challenge. At the top, approximately fifty feet in the air, you are above the tree line with panoramic views of the Steady Brook and the Humber Valley. If visiting in fall, the spectacular autumn colors are the magical work of Mother Nature!
Care for a hike? Look no further than Marble Mountain and Steady Brook. If you are an avid hiker, pick up a trail map at the ski lodge and hike up Marble Mountain. Take your camera and enjoy the stunning scenery as you make your way on the 1 km hike up the Steady Brook Falls. After completing your hikes, take in a lunch or dinner at one of the many restaurants in Steady Brook or nearby Corner Brook. Whether living in the area or just visiting, there is always the opportunity to take in an evening of music and theatre at one of the summer festivals in Corner Brook, Stephenville or even Gros Morne National Park, a two hour drive from Marble Mountain.
For a lifestyle perfectly fit for the outdoor enthusiast, try Marble Mountain in Western Newfoundland!